Stop spam in its tracks using SpamAssassin

By Keith on September 28, 2014

If you are using cPanel to make and check email addresses on your web server, you may have noticed that you sure do get a lot of spam. Luckily there is a very easy way to minimize the amount of spam that you get in your webmail. Enter Spam Assassin Spam Assassin is a built […]

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Easily move an email account from one cPanel server to another

By Keith on August 21, 2014

Moving an email account (including old emails) from one cPanel server to another is pretty easy to do yourself if you have some knowledge of cPanel and FTP. I will be using the terms OLD SERVER and NEW SERVER a lot in this article. Below are the definitions: OLD SERVER = Server that the email […]

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Why does my website suck?

By Keith on July 31, 2014

Are you looking at your website and wondering why it isn’t working? You may have just had it built or had it for a while, but you don’t like how it came out and you don’t know why. Was it you? Was it your web developer? Was it fate? Check and see if any of […]

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5 Free Ways To Increase Website Traffic With Web Marketing

By Keith on July 24, 2012

If you are not happy with the amount of traffic your website is getting you may want to hone your focus in on web marketing. There are many paid and free ways to market your website – this post is focusing on the latter. With a little time and elbow grease you will have more […]

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The Website Process: A Bird’s Eye View For Novices

By Keith on July 17, 2012

Starting out making a website may seem like a complicated process. However, if you find a good, web-savvy company to help you it will make the process much easier. Below is a very macroscopic list of the milestones a client starting their first website should expect to go through: Domain Name One of the first […]

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Important Things To Give Your Web Developer

By Keith on July 10, 2012

When you first start communication with your web developer he or she will need to know a few things about your and your project. Below is a list of things that you may want to have ready before contacting a developer. They will have a list of questions for you regarding your site, and many […]

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5 Things Web Designers Need To Think About

By Keith on July 03, 2012

Every web designer should follow a list of principles to make sure that sites they make for their clients are effective and top-notch.   1. Ease of use Will somebody who is not familiar with websites or computers be able to navigate the website without any problems at all? Make sure all users are able […]

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6 Reasons Why Your Business Website Isn’t Working

By Keith on June 26, 2012

So your business website isn’t doing as well as you think it should. Time to give up? Why not try diagnosing the problem and fixing it? Could it be because your site has a fixable issue? Could it be visitors are having a hard time finding how to contact you? Maybe there is something on […]

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Open link in new window using WordPress menu editor

By Keith on May 22, 2012

This is a simple little tip to give a link in a WordPress menu a “target” element in the WordPress menu editor. While on the Menus page (under Appearance section) in the WordPress admin section, click the Screen Options button at the top right of the screen. Click the Link Target checkbox. Now you can […]

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Why it is important for GPS to Correct Google Maps and Driving Directions as a Local Search Ranking Factor?

By Keith on February 03, 2012

Local search is more or less similar to web search. Google’s Street View cars follow somewhat similar technology that is followed by web crawler Googlebot. Google Maps collect addresses for associating destinations with government offices, parks, landmark buildings and businesses. Signals for local search ranking Google has disclosed that it uses three types of signals […]

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How to Use Social Networks for Rankings in a Roundabout Way

By Keith on January 30, 2012

Social media optimization is never straightforward. That’s the whole point. You are trying to get your core audience to do your ranking work for you – rather than paying link farms to stuff your site full of inbound links from heaven knows where, you get genuine, solid referrals from actual humans, plus loads of chatter […]

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Why Apple decided to unveil the e-book creation tools?

By Keith on January 26, 2012

Apple Inc has sent out invites to media outlets last week and asked them to join for an education announcement in the Big Apple on Thursday, 19 January 2012. While Apple did not disclose the details of the subject, sources close to Apple believe that the company is going to unveil new tools that can […]

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